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I like my Desktop to have dynamic wallpaper which change after every few minutes. I use wally to achieve this, No doubt wally is great in its work but one thing that I dont like is the wally icon in the notification area which is useless for me, because once triggered there is no need of any monitoring or any other task to be done anymore because I just want a flawless wallpaper changer.

Is there a way I can remove wally icon from the notification area or please suggest any other application which does the same work but does not eat the notification area.

Thanks Gaurav Butola

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I didn't try wally, but CREBS, just do the job as you want * sudo add-apt-repository ppa:crebs/ppa * sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install crebs

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thanks a ton frnd... this is exactly what I was looking for. not as intelligent as wally but, I'll handle that – Gaurav Butola Oct 12 '10 at 20:52

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